Let's answer all your EV charging questions
Top 3 frequently asked questions about EVs
To get started, let's tell you what people ask mostly about electric cars.
What is AC and DC charging?
AC charging is availavle via small charging devices up to 22 kW (or rarely 43 kW). DC chargers are bigger and deliver up to 150 kW power for much faster charging.
Why do I need charging station?
To charge your EV safely and quickly. Charging stations are safe devices providing web access, payment options and much faster charging than standard mains socket.
How do I pay for charging?
That depends on the operator, but the most common method is via mobile application and credit/debit card respectively.
Unevers AC Smart charger functions
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EV charging connectors explained
Type 2 is the EU standard for AC charging. For fast DC charging there's two standards – CCS and CHAdeMO.
The EU standard for AC charging. Allows mono- and threephase charging from 3 to 43 kW.
This is the single-phase standards used in many Japanese and American electric cars. Up to 7.4 kW.
The good old Schuko – the one we use in our houses, offices and practically everywhere.
CHArge de MOve is the Janapanese French fast DC charging standard. Currently allows up to 150 kW.
CCS stands for Combined Charging System and allows up to 350 kW charging.
Single and three phase standard industrial electrical sockets that you can use with appropriate adapters.